This September, the 16th International Conference on Digital Preservation (iPRES 2019) was held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and made possible by the Dutch Digital Heritage Network. The organising team—which includes DRI Director Natalie Harrower—is pleased to announce the Proceedings of iPRES 2019 are now available for download.
The proceedings are the official record of all the peer reviewed submissions presented at the conference, ensuring visibility and promotion of both academic research work and the projects and initiatives of institutions involved in digital preservation practices. As a fully open access publication, the proceedings make the outstanding work of digital preservationists available to a global audience, and the organisers encourage you to to share its content widely.
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Besides the peer reviewed submissions, we have collected all other materials of iPRES 2019 and published them on the Open Science Framework iPRES 2019 Conference pages. These pages contain all submitted papers, panels, posters, workshops, tutorials, ad-hoc proposals, hackathons, as well as presenters' slides and optional additionals and the collaborative notes taken during the conference.
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